tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC November 13, 2012 12:35am-1:35am EST
♪ ♪ where do they go? they come here to drown in their sorrows cry in their beer ♪ ♪ they're in need of a mindbender i'm a bartender ♪ ♪ at the end of the day i'm all they've got hope on the rocks ♪ ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh ay yay yay yay ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: toby keith! nice job, cowboy! >> thanks brother. >> jay: thank you, that was great. i want to thank my guests, lea michele, nev schulman, and of course, toby keith.
tomorrow night, keira knightley will be, but jimmy fallon is happening right now. jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon!
captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very, very much! i feel the love, everybody. that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] that is a great new york city crowd right there. welcome, everybody. welcome to "late night." thank you for being here. here's what people are talking about. this weekend, it was announced this weekend, it was announced that justin bieber and his girlfriend, selena gomez, have broken up. [ audience aws ] yeah. bieber said, "just tell me one thing, is it general petraeus?" [ laughter ] because i swear -- >> steve: oh, my gosh. [ scattered applause ] oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: everybody is talking about this. the director of the cia, the director of the cia, general david petraeus, has resigned after it came out that he had an affair with the woman who wrote his biography. getting caught was bittersweet for petraeus because he was like, "damn, that's good investigative work." [ laughter ] it is. you got to give it up. got to give it up.
[ cheers and applause ] i want to wish a happy birthday to jets' quarterback mark sanchez, who turned 26 years old yesterday. [ cheers and applause ] the party was a little embarrassing. when sanchez had trouble blowing out the candles, his family started chanting for tim tebow. [ audience ohs ] he was just like, "hey, c'mon! give me a chance, here." [ applause ] where's the family cheer? some big entertainment news -- the james bond movie, "skyfall," came in number one this weekend with $88 million. yeah. this is about a spy who fights terrorists and sleeps with a lot of women. critics are calling it "well-made," while david petraeus is calling it "relatable." [ laughter and applause ] i see that. i can see that happening. [ applause ] here's some local news out of new york. mayor bloomberg has proposed cutting $8 million from the new york city's libraries in order to balance the budget. librarians were furious. they were like -- [ whispering ] "are you kidding me? [ laughter ] this is bull crap." very upset.
[ cheers and applause ] they should be. get this, after all the confusion at the polls in florida last week, governor rick scott said that he will review ways to improve the state's voting procedures. yep, it will be the biggest thing scott's done since he won that raffle to become governor. [ laughter ] check this out. a man from north carolina is planning to cross the atlantic ocean in a life boat attached to helium balloons. or as sharks will say -- [ belching ] [ high pitched voice ] "excuse me!" [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: the burp threw me. >> jimmy: yeah. this weekend, you guys, a slice of cake from the 1981 royal wedding sold at an auction for $1,300. of course, if you really want a piece of cake made in 1981, you
could just buy a twinkie. i mean -- [ laughter ] they're there. i didn't say it didn't taste good. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: no. they taste delicious -- for many years to come. and finally, a new study found that the universe is no longer making as many stars as it used to. or as "american idol" put it, "tell me about it." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we've got a great show tonight. we love her, it's always fun when she stops by. chelsea handler is back on the show! [ cheers and applause ] plus, he stars on hbo's hit show, "boardwalk empire." charlie cox is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and, we got some good music from meek mill! it's gonna be good stuff. [ cheers and applause ] meek mill! guys, i can't believe it's already november.
this year has just flown by, but a ton of stuff has happened. with that in mind, lets take a brief look at 2012. >> jimmy: and now it's time to play one of my favorite games, "wax on wax off!" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ welcome to "wax on wax off," the trivia game where, for every correct answer, you get $100. and for every incorrect answer, you get a portion of your chest hair waxed off. [ light laughter ] [ audience ohs ] let's meet tonight's lucky contestant. come on there, buddy. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing, my friend? >> doing well. >> jimmy: nice to see you. great. [ whistles ] great to see you. what is your name and where are you from? >> my name is matt, i'm from garwood, new jersey. >> jimmy: good man, matt. that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] matt, you know the rules. i'm going to ask you a series of questions. you get it wrong, courtney here
will apply hot wax to your chest, and then violently rip out a strip of your hair. [ laughter ] now, there is one twist -- you don't get to answer the question. you're going to have to rely on a little help from your friend. let's bring him out. come on out, buddy. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] what is your name and where are you from? >> my name's jimmy. i'm from woodcliff lake, new jersey >> jimmy: oh, very cool, jimmy. good man. now, how do you know this guy? >> we went to school together. >> jimmy: you did? and you've known each other for a long time? >> yeah. >> jimmy: good friend? >> yeah, it's probably gonna -- yeah, be kind of strange. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's a little strange seeing him with his shirt off here? >> yeah. well, i mean, i'm just hoping that our friendship continues whatever happens. >> jimmy: well, his fate rests entirely in your hands. how are you at trivia? >> i'm great. i'm awesome at trivia >> jimmy: fantastic. all right, great. [ light laughter ] this is good. you should feel good. >> exactly. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. just remember, it's very, very easy now. answer correctly, your friend doesn't have to get his chest waxed. let's take a look at tonight's categories. we've got -- bulgarian emperors. [ laughter ] mandarin-to-english translation. [ laughter ]
did somebody say "endocrinology?" [ laughter ] now, you'll notice that endocrinology is in quotes. [ laughter ] moving on. 87 b.c. [ laughter ] other lesser-known bulgarian emperors. [ laughter ] and, of course, potpourri. [ cheers and applause ] feeling good about these categories? >> yeah, yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you can do this, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: let's get started. as for the rules of the game, i will be choosing the categories for you. so, let's start off -- [ light laughter ] -- with bulgarian emperors. here we go. descended of the asen, terter and shishman dynasties, this long-reigning emperor oversaw the second golden age of bulgarian culture, whichas we all know, spanned from the year 1331 to 1371. shh -- audience, no helping. [ laughter ] all right, what do you think? >> was that -- was that rotato the great? >> jimmy: rotato the great, judges? [ buzzer ] [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: sorry, we're looking ivan alexander, very famous
bulgarian emperor. [ laughter ] you shouldn't be that happy. here we go. courtney, wax that chest. ♪ >> jimmy: that's the part that doesn't hurt. that's the good part. oh, no, no, no. oh, no. oh, no. all right, all right, all right. here you go, buddy. come on. it's all right. come on. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] whoa! wow. rocky -- rocky start. but, you can make up for it on this next question. let me see, i'm going to choose 87 b.c. take a look at the question here. he was born in 87 b.c. [ laughter ] don't over think it. don't over think it now.
>> elmo. [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: no. sorry, no, we were looking for lucius munatius plancus. [ laughter ] he was a roman senator and philosopher. courtney, wax that chest. good guess, though. close. ♪ all right, buddy. yeah, yeah, yeah. [ drum roll ] oh! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] all right. >> third time's the charm. >> keep it coming. >> jimmy: all right. you're 0 for 2 so far. [ slide whistle ] [ spring coil ] you know what that sound means? it's time for double trouble. [ laughter ] i'll ask you a question. answer correctly you win a whopping $200. answer incorrectly, your friend gets two strips of chest hair waxed off. [ laughter ]
okay, ready? the category is an easy one. numbers. here's the question. i'm thinking of a number between 1 and 1,000. [ laughter ] what is it? >> 12. >> jimmy: okay, your answer is locked in. however, since this is double trouble, you may be having second thoughts, so i'm going to offer you a second chance. a chance to change your answer if you want. this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. i strongly, strongly suggest you take it. what will you be changing your answer to? >> 312. [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: very good. my goodness, it was actually 12. [ laughter and ohs ] you were right the first time. should have stuck with your gut. [ scattered applause ] unfortunate. courtney, wax that chest. ♪ come on, buddy, you can do it. oh, my -- oh, boy, oh, boy.
maybe get down by the belly button over there, too. that looks like a good area. good area. yeah, there you go. that's what i'm talking about. that's what i'm talking about. that's what i'm talking about. right there. all right, buddy, it's going to be all right. christmas is around the corner, pal. he's breaking the chair. [ drum roll ] ♪ ooh, that's painful. i don't know what the hell -- i don't know what to say. i'm sorry about that man. oh! that one worked. ♪ yeah, that one worked. [ drum roll ] ♪ it's all right. it half-way came through. it's starting to make a symbol or something. looks like either a peace symbol or --chernobyl. i don't know, something radioactive. [ laughter ] something radioactive. sadly, we only have time for one more clue.
the remaining categories are -- mandarin-to-english translation. did someone say "endocrinology?" other lesser-known bulgarian emperors. and potpourri. you know, i'm going to go easy on you and just select potpourri. okay? now, remember, this could be any category. let's see what tonight's potpourri category is. [ beeping ] oh! [ laughter ] lucky break. lucky break. you almost had to answer a sports or a music question. here we go. let's see the clue. ruling from a.d. 681-700, he was the very first bulgarian emperor. they're practically giving you that one. [ laughter ] >> who was bulgarius -- [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: so sorry, we were looking for khan asparukh. khan asparukh. okay, once more, let's wax that chest, courtney! ♪
oh, no! oh, no! [ laughter ] oh, no, no, no. aw, man. sorry, buddy. it's going to be all right, man. all right, come on. yeah! oh, no! ♪ that's perfect. so sorry you lost, there. how are you feeling, buddy? >> feels great. >> jimmy: there you go. that's what i'm talking about. well, look, nobody goes home empty handed. higgins, what will they be taking home? >> steve: well, jimmy, they'll each be taking home these stylish led zeppelin t-shirts were the "l" fell off, as well as this 24 pack of nads brand hair removal strips to finish the job. go nads! jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and you know what? you didn't answer any questions correctly, but we're still going to give you each $100 for playing. thank you my friends. thank you, buddy. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] great job. that's all the time we have for "wax on wax off." we'll be right back with chelsea handler! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest this evening is the host of "chelsea lately," the highest rated show on e!, which airs weeknights at 11:00 p.m. she's also a hilarious stand-up and has written multiple "new york times" bestsellers. good lord. please welcome a very, very funny lady. here's chelsea handler, everybody!
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: awesome. we love you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: they love you. you look gorgeous. >> i want to -- i don't have a band. hi. thank you. >> jimmy: chelsea, you look great. i got to say, i was worried about you today because i heard that you canceled "the today show." i heard that you have food poisoning. is that true? >> that's a lie. that was a lie. [ laughter ] i just couldn't -- i wasn't sick. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's just say -- >> no, no, i wasn't drunk or anything. i was just -- i literally -- >> jimmy: come on. >> no, no. i'm very injury prone. i have so much shellac on my legs and arms. i have bruises. i look like courtney love naked, probably. [ light laughter ] but, i literally walked into a shower door this morning.
i hit my eye. and, so, everything's puffy. and i mean -- >> jimmy: you just said you couldn't do it. >> no. these guys have stopped listening. look. they're just looking off into the distance. so, i just was, like, i couldn't go with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotaba, or whatever her name is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: kotb. >> is that what it is? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, kotb. >> kotb, okay. >> jimmy: i thought it was kotaba at first, but it's not. >> that's good to know. >> jimmy: kotb, yeah. >> i never thought about it. >> jimmy: no, you shouldn't. >> i just thought, why are there two vowels like that, so closely together? anyway, so i just am so injury prone. i've had so many injuries. and this morning, i literally went like that with the shower door. and i was with, you know, a stranger, as i always am. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, chelsea! >> no, i wasn't. and so, i hit myself, and then i just didn't want to go. i didn't to want go and be on a morning talk show. i wanted to come here and be ready to come here. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for coming here. >> and i feel -- >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. >> and i apologize because i don't like -- it's not fun to book somebody and have a guest not show up. i don't put up with that. do you put up with that when people do that?
>> jimmy: no, no, we do not. we have a strict policy. >> so, this is my warning to "the today show." don't book me again. >> jimmy: no, no. [ laughter ] look at all this. >> oh, that's so nice. >> jimmy: you made all of these. look at this. >> thank you. >> jimmy: this is a giant -- you're becoming a mega, giant -- you're like oprah. >> well, i'm like oprah, but a lot lighter. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. some differences. some differences. but good for you. you're a jersey girl. >> well, good for you. i mean, your -- look at your show. >> jimmy: oh, please. >> you've got a whole thing going, too. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love it. >> i don't know why, though. i mean, you guys don't have bathrooms in the dressing rooms, and there's, like, an air conditioning situation. i mean, it was very hot, and there's nowhere to relieve myself. >> jimmy: there is places to go, but you have to go around the hall. we share ours with al roker. >> oh. >> jimmy: so, yeah, we're on a budget here. >> oh. >> jimmy: but now, you have the most amazing studio in the history of the world. >> oh, my goodness. i can't even tell you how grateful i am for the studio. i didn't even ask for a good studio. and i drove in the first day, and i couldn't even believe my eyes that anyone would spend that kind of money on someone
who doesn't even really like to work. and -- [ laughter ] -- i can't believe my studio. you have to come and be on my show. >> jimmy: yeah, i would love to do it. >> and i know people are just, like, "oh, my god, this is so annoying. this girl just keeps getting more and more successful." i don't know what's going on either. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but wait. i want to hear how this happened. how did it happen? >> i didn't know. i don't know. i threatened to say i wasn't going to do tv anymore because i find my show extremely annoying. >> jimmy: you annoy yourself. >> well, my voice is annoying. i think i look annoying. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> no, no, i do. i can't watch it, ever. i mean, i don't really watch a lot of television. except "boardwalk empire." your guy's coming on, right? this guy from "boardwalk empire?" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, charlie cox, yeah. >> it's my favorite show. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a good one. >> and so -- >> jimmy: this is the giant thing that -- i remember hearing about this. this was built for conan o'brien when he was taking over "the tonight show." >> right, right. and then -- >> jimmy: i never made it out there in time. >> right, well -- [ laughter ] not awkward at all. >> jimmy: and then -- no, at all. but, i mean, gosh, is it just gorgeous? is it well-lit? >> my office -- i don't want to brag.
i mean, i'm just saying, i'm very grateful. my office is -- like, i want to sleep there. i want a mercy bed, and i want to sleep there. because it's so much -- even nicer than my house. and it's intimate. like, it's a little office instead of -- and i have my own bathroom, so i don't have to -- before, i would take a shower, walk out of the shower and my audience would be lined up outside. [ laughter ] so i'd have my hair in a towel and a robe on, and they'd be, like, "chelsea, can we get a photo?" i'm, like, "what the [ bleep ]?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, you can't -- >> i'm, like, is not anybody going to, like -- i know you can't say that on this show, but you can bleep me. >> jimmy: no, i know we can. we'll be good. >> you'll be okay. i'm used to being on my show. that's why i'm not a great guest. >> jimmy: no, are you a great guest. and speaking of great guests, in your first week, jennifer aniston, sandra bullock, gwyneth paltrow, cameron diaz, all dropping by. will ferrell dropped by. >> will ferrell -- is he not the funniest person in the world? [ cheers ] >> jimmy: no, trust me, i worked with him for years. he made me laugh. >> that guy -- i can't even look him in the eye without crying. >> jimmy: i had to work --
i had to act against the guy, and i was breaking all these scenes, and everyone's, like, this guy laughs at himself. i'm, like, no, work with will ferrell and you'll see how funny -- you can't act around that guy. he's too funny. >> well, you can't act around him -- first of all, congratulations on being in movies. i didn't even know you did that. [ laughter ] but, secondly -- secondly -- oh, finally we got the black guys to laugh. thank you. [ laughter ] i knew i could do it. i knew it! i knew it! no, will ferrell, to me -- what i love about him is that he's the most normal -- i feel like i'm on a press tour for will ferrell because i talk about him all the time. but, he's a normal -- like, you're very normal. everyone knows you're a really good normal guy. he's a normal guy. he's not crazy. he's not like, you know, all of those other crazy comedic actors. >> jimmy: yeah, he's not a phony, yeah. >> and he doesn't have, like, a mental breakdown three times a week, you know? >> jimmy: but he came on your show and he did have a mental breakdown. he had a -- just watch what he did. [ cheers and applause ] >> this show's a joke. [ laughter ]
and whoever made the decision to give you this big, fancy studio is an idiot. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he would have done that for a complete hour. isn't he the funniest human being? >> no, he's the best. he's, like, the best guy. i love him. >> jimmy: i just also want to say -- i know you're from new jersey. your family's up there. do you get to see them while you're here? >> no. no, i do not.
well, no. i see them all my time, my family. >> jimmy: you do, yeah. >> yeah, i've seen them. >> jimmy: well, i've just read, and i think it's true, but you just donated $100,000 to the red cross, so i think that's very cool. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: to be from new jersey and do that. i just think it's -- good for you. thank you for doing that. >> no, listen, if you've got money, you should be giving it away. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, seriously. i can't even tell you. it just means a lot to everybody out here. >> well, thank you. i didn't know -- are you from new jersey? >> jimmy: no, but just -- half my audience is always from new jersey. >> oh, right, right. of course, yeah. >> jimmy: we love new jersey here, but it's -- it was really cool. >> no, i'm a jersey girl. you can't take me out of new jersey. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. i want tdo this. i want to play a game. i want to go old school with you tonight, if you don't mind. >> oh, no. >> jimmy: but a fun one. >> okay. >> jimmy: "password." >> okay. >> jimmy: you remember that one? >> no, but i can figure it out. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. chelsea handler and i are playing "password" after the break. it's very easy. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ applebee's new napa chicken & portobellos, double barrel whisky sirloins, and brew pub pretzels, crafted with a touch of whisky, wine, and beer
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: ha-ha, that's very funny. anyway, welcome back to "late night," everybody. to my right is author, comedienne and the host of "chelsea lately" which airs 11:00 p.m. nightly on e!. the wonderful, the fantastic chelsea handler! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ba-ba-da-ba-ba-baa! who are you playing with, chelsea? >> i am playing with tim from boston, massachusetts. ♪ >> steve: fantastic. and to my left is the host of nbc's "late night," jimmy fallon. who's your partner, jimmy? >> jimmy: my partner is vicky from washington, d.c. and we're here to play "password!" ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> steve: oh, i'm your host, steve higgins. [ laughter ] the rules of the game are very simple. i'll give each of you a password, and then each of you are to give a one word clue -- one word only, to your partner to guess the password. >> and then, what's the prize? >> steve: millions of dollars. >> jimmy: millions of dollars. >> steve: the prize is the pride. >> jimmy: sure, pride. >> steve: a t-shirt. >> oh, great. i can't wait. >> steve: a t-shirt which says "late night with james fallon." [ scattered cheers ] anyway, remember, no part of the password can be used. no gestures, this isn't charades. if a clue is determined illegal, you'll hear this -- [ buzzer ] and you'll forfeit your turn. the team with the most points wins. >> all right, try to get it together. you sound like diane sawyer on election night. >> steve: well, there you go. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's topical. a topical reference. >> jimmy: topical reference. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: diane sawyer with abc news. >> no, you're doing great. you're doing well. >> steve: here you go. god bless you. live it up. any questions? >> so, i'm going to give him a clue -- >> jimmy: yeah, i have a
question. nah, never mind. >> wait, we haven't even started. >> steve: all right, ready? >> who goes first? >> steve: you're going to go first. >> the password is -- >> oh, okay. one word? >> steve: one word only. >> jimmy: one word. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> i don't know what -- >> alcohol. >> drink. >> steve: ooh. [ light laughter ] >> what -- d is for disappointment. >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: wait, wait, wait, wait. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's not a word. there you go. ready? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. >> don't look. >> jimmy: clear. >> vodka. >> jimmy: yeah! ♪ boom! >> you guys -- >> jimmy: you can't trade partners. >> the password is -- >> steve: okay, vicky's going to start. >> thanksgiving. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: turkey? >> yes. >> jimmy: no, it's not turkey.
[ laughter ] >> okay. >> jimmy: let tim go. you don't even know the clue. what are you talking about? >> steve: how are you going do give any clues if you haven't even read it? now, kim is going to say one word to you and you're going to guess it. >> okay. >> steve: it's called "password." >> bread. >> stuffing. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wait, did you call it pudding or stuffing? >> stuffing. >> steve: chelsea, you're going to do this one. >> the password is -- >> envelopes. they're so stupid. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: god, she is so difficult, man. the envelope is so stupid. >> steve: you got it? do you want me to help you? you got it? >> i got it! >> steve: all right. >> can you show -- >> steve: no, you can't show it. >> jimmy: no, you can't. >> steve: it's called "password," not "pass show." >> okay. [ light laughter ] who goes first? >> jimmy: you. >> steve: you go. >> jimmy: she just said that. hey, how was that shower this morning? >> okay, okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: michael vick, another topical reference. >> shut up, shut up. [ laughter ] okay. funny bone. >> steve: that's two words. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: don't worry about it. >> no, that's actually one bird -- that's one verb -- >> jimmy: one bird. [ laughter ] >> steve: funny bone. >> jimmy: welcome back to th election results. [ laughter ] >> tonight, obama will win an election. >> jimmy: here we go. >> steve: funny bone. >> jimmy: here we go. >> steve: funny bone. tim? >> elbow? >> steve: oh, yes, boom! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] nice job. this is crazy. >> jimmy: i didn't know that was -- >> steve: okay. w, where are we at here? >> jimmy: all right, here we go. >> steve: here we go. >> the password is -- >> i go first? >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay, tim. >> weird. >> wait, is that a clue or -- [ laughter ] okay, sorry. >> jimmy: al yankovic is two words. you can't say that. >> you're not even saying it right. it's al yankovic. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, it's not. it's yankovic. >> let me talk to you about that later. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: bring your accordion, mother. [ laughter ] >> you said weird? >> weird. >> strange. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was a good guess, though.
>> me, right now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you right now. >> awkward. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: wait. >> steve: awkward, there you go! you got another point. you got another point. >> jimmy: awkward, oh, my gosh. >> steve: oh, my gosh. this is a mess. >> jimmy: all right. let's go. >> steve: all right. we're getting it now. >> jimmy: moving on. >> steve: all right, we're going to go -- jimmy, you go. >> the password is -- >> jimmy: chelsea, look at your clue. >> i know i seem like i'm drunk, but i'm sober. >> jimmy: all right. okay, very, very good. are we ready? >> yeah, i'm ready. oh, okay. >> jimmy: hmm. >> hmm. >> jimmy: tanned. awful, awful. i did nothing. i did nothing but set up c.h. >> jelly?
>> jimmy: not your fault, though. not your fault. >> steve: not your fault. >> jimmy: not your fault. >> ham. >> spam? >> steve: whoa! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] boom! >> jimmy: i set her up. all right. >> last one? >> jimmy: last one. >> steve: final one. chelsea, you start. >> the password is -- >> i just went though. >> steve: i know, but i messed it up. >> jimmy: okay, here we go. >> this is a mess. hold on a second. put your hands where i can see them, please. [ laughter ] >> steve: okay, you got it? >> jimmy: okay, here we go. watch it, buddy. >> i know. >> jimmy: all right. >> this is stupid. >> jimmy: you go first. >> oh. [ laughter ] okay. blackberry. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> blackberry? fruit. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh.
that's a good guess. least you didn't say obama. [ laughter ] thank you. >> jimmy: sexting? >> steve: ooh. >> pbm? >> steve: oh, no. [ laughter ] >> carpal. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know you can tell -- [ talking over each other ] nothing. >> and then -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: go for it. >> phone? >> iphone. no. >> jimmy: i have no shot at winning this. [ light laughter ] >> typing. >> steve: blackberry, typing. carpool. >> texting. >> steve: oh! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: our next guest is a talented actor who stars in the emmy award-winning show, "boardwalk empire," which airs sunday nights at 9:00 p.m. on hbo. please welcome charlie cox, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: charlie cox, welcome, my friend. thank you for being here. you are making your u.s. talk show debut tonight. >> indeed. >> jimmy: yes, indeed. now, what -- [ cheers and applause ] welcome. thank you for doing our show. >> it's nerve-wracking. >> jimmy: we are -- yeah. it is a little nerve -- you look nervous still. >> a little nerve-wracking --
>> jimmy: okay. no, this will be fantastic. we're fans of yours, of course, from "boardwalk empire." but i did not realize you were in "downton abbey." >> so were you. >> jimmy: well, i guess i was in -- yeah. >> "downton sixbey." >> jimmy: we spoofed "downton abbey." yeah, i couldn't -- they wouldn't let me on the set of the real "downton abbey." but here you are. you came in. yeah, remember this, dude? who were you? lord -- what was his name again? >> the duke of crowborough. >> jimmy: yeah, the duke of -- yeah. >> yeah, that's right. >> jimmy: you came in. >> yeah, one episode, the pilot episode. >> jimmy: it was great. you were in the first ever episode. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's so rad, i was like -- >> it was funny as well because, you know, it was -- i think, for me, it was like six days filming. at the time, it was a small bbc thing. and, i had a job, and i could fit it in quite nicely in between something else. and, you know, for me it was just, a kind of, like -- >> jimmy: two lines, six lines. yeah. >> six days. couple days here and there. and it's the only thing anyone ever remembers me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they come up to you and stop you on the street? >> yeah, i've been in like 20 episodes of "boardwalk empire." people come up to me on the street and they're like "downton abbey!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's that guy! yeah, he did it. >> it became a giant thing. it was unprecedented. it was unbelievable. >> jimmy: yeah.
now, you're living here in new york, i presume? >> because i'm on a show. >> jimmy: yeah. which is great. how are you liking new york city? >> i love the new york. i love the city. >> jimmy: you do? >> best city in the world, right? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, it is. it's the best. you can't beat it. >> can't beat it. >> jimmy: how about america as a whole? do you love it? are you getting into sports? are you into football? >> not your football. >> jimmy: are you into football? >> american football. >> jimmy: yeah. >> what we call american football. >> jimmy: you call it american football. >> we call it american football. i am a little bit. i mean, i watch any sport. so, i mean, i can sit down -- and just watch it. >> jimmy: yeah, you can watch it. yeah, yeah. >> you know, because i grew up watching cricket, so we can do anything. >> jimmy: gosh, cricket, i will never understand that. >> yeah, it's hard. five days, one game. >> jimmy: five days, one game and -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: catch the stone. i don't even know the -- i don't even get it at all. >> well, you have to grow up with it. you have to have played it. >> jimmy: yeah. and then you use a wicket? no. >> no, you use a bat. >> jimmy: oh, sorry. >> but you have to hit -- [ laughter ] you have to hit the wicket. >> jimmy: you have to hit a wicket? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: isn't it weird. the game is called cricket and that's a wicket. >> that is weird. >> jimmy: it's like in baseball
but you're using a glaseball to catch the baseball with. [ laughter ] it's like -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: no. but, i guess baseball -- it's all -- >> i mean, it's similar to baseball. it's kind of the same kind of idea. >> jimmy: yeah. >> just more rules. >> jimmy: but i heard you're getting into -- you're getting into handball here in the u.s.? >> handball, indeed. yeah, a couple of my friends out here, we started this for exercise. i don't like gyms. i want to keep fit sometimes on my days off. >> jimmy: why don't you like gyms? >> i don't know. they just kind of -- they kind of depress me. they freak me out. there's too many machines. i don't know what to do with them. [ laughter ] you know, and so we started playing handball. you know, i just walked passed -- the courts are everywhere. you can just walk by -- >> jimmy: they're just basically walls. >> -- and show up. [ laughter ] >> and actually -- >> jimmy: a lot of walls -- there's a lot of walls here in new york city. yeah, yeah. >> so i showed up -- i show up with a tennis ball. >> jimmy: oh, no, no. >> yeah, yeah. so i just hit any ball up against the wall. you know, i had a huge, swelled hand. >> jimmy: giant hamburger helper glove. [ laughter ] >> they have special handballs that you have to use. you know what i mean? >> jimmy: yeah, the handball, yeah. >> and then, of course, i'm
telling my friends back in england, i'm getting into this game handball. and of course, they think i'm talking about the olympic game handball, which is a totally different game where you literally try to throw balls into a goal like soccer but with your hands. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> so my friends have this impression of me playing handball out here like it's some -- you know, the helmets -- >> jimmy: no, you're hitting a tennis ball into a brick wall. it's very sad, actually. "boardwalk empire," you joined the cast last season. tell everyone who you play. >> i play owen slater. >> jimmy: owen slater. now -- [ cheers and applause ] you're killing that. you're killing it. but, it's an irishman you're playing. >> yeah, northern irish guy. >> jimmy: how do you get that accent? it's a pretty interesting story. >> well, it's kind of interesting. i -- what i started doing was -- because the northern irish accent is very -- if you really do a proper northern irish accent, no one will understand a thing you say. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you walk in -- the first day i walked on set, everyone's like, what language is this? [ both speaking gibberish ] so, i to kind of tone it down a bit. and i thought the way to do that is to listen to a belfast priest, because they have to be understood, you know? so i found these podcasts from this church in belfast, and i just started downloading them and listening to them and repeating them and stuff like that. and i'd walk around, you know, with it in my ear just, like,
repeating things. a few things happened. one, i learned a huge amount about the bible. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, and you got a good accent from it. >> i got a good accent. but the third thing as well, like, i had all these -- after people got to know me on set, they would -- you know, like, the costume and makeup people would come up to me and say, "how did you get into -- you know, how did you find your faith?" [ light laughter ] you know, one guy came up to me and said, "how old were you when you got saved?" and i said, "saved from what?" [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: when you drowned. good, well, you're born again, pal. welcome. [ laughter ] we have a clip. here's charlie cox in "boardwalk empire." take a look at this. >> knowing nothing doesn't make it better. >> its' mr. rosetti -- as you probably guessed. >> what did enoch do to him? >> he said no, when he wanted to hear yes. >> that's all? >> sometimes that's enough. >> he's more than welcome to take his dog back. >> this won't last forever. >> i know. for our own safety, there's no point in complaining.
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young and i'm getting it young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ i'm just young and i'm with it ♪ ♪ i just want the money y'all can keep them cause i'm young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ i'm young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ young i get money and in my spare time ♪ ♪ she don't on the first night then she don't meet my deadline ♪ ♪ smoking that bob marley that bob marley like yeah mon ♪ ♪ i'm sipping on the whole a for that purp it's bed time ♪ ♪ i cop forz like jaws y'all ain't import shawty want that molly ♪ ♪ and i'ma give what she order ♪ ♪ tats all on my body strapped up like a war eat the -- i'll prolly if it smell like water ♪ ♪ her neck top say -- me my wrist talk say -- me the -- claiming they balling i take you chris humphrey ♪ ♪ and make them buy me a whip, boy nothing less than the 6, boy ♪ ♪ y'all ray i'm out like all you are some -- ♪ ♪ i wake up in the morning and i see dollar signs said shawty wanna rolling
i'm like oh man she fine ♪ ♪ i got money all in my pocket and my audermar on shine ♪ ♪ so why you hating on me i'm just living my life ♪ ♪ i'm just young and i'm getting it young and i'm getting it young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ i'm just young and i'm with it ♪ ♪ i just want the money y'all can keep them cause i'm young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ i'm young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ i say yo baby mama i ball that side chick i ball that main chick i ball that ♪ ♪ your dream girl just called back ♪ ♪ i'm still repping that north side with that big "p" on my ball cap ♪ ♪ these broke suckas don't like me cause they say i think i'm all that ♪ ♪ now come cop that rarri i don't need to feel sorry -- claiming my flows i just put suckas on mar ♪ ♪ and i ain't claming these have these -- looking all sorry ♪ ♪ when i pulled up in that rose i've been surfing on them like noli ♪ ♪ i'm with three santa claus i'm the boss diana ross ♪ ♪ ♪ i told homie i hit that these suckas wanna be playin at all ♪
♪ knowing that girl is main thang ♪ ♪ that don't like bang bang ♪ ♪ i wake up in the morning and i see dollar signs said shawty wanna rolling i'm like oh man she fine ♪ ♪ i got money all in my pocket and my audermar on shine ♪ ♪ so why you hating on me i'm just living my life ♪ ♪ i'm just young and i'm getting it young and i'm getting it young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ i'm just young and i'm with it ♪ ♪ i just want the money y'all can keep them women cause i'm young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ i'm young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ young and i'm getting it young and i'm getting it young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ i'm just young and i'm with it ♪ ♪ i just want the money y'all can keep them cause i'm young and i'm getting it ♪ ♪ i'm young and i'm getting it oh ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, my friend. you're a good man. thank you, man.